More than 40 world leaders marched through Paris yesterday in unity against Islamic extremism.

President Obama, however, did not attend. Neither did Vice President Joe Biden or Secretary of State John Kerry.

Not only that, but Attorney General Eric Holder was the only representative from the Obama administration who attended key terror talks in Paris.

Donald Trump said on "Fox and Friends" this morning that a high-level official should have been present at the anti-terror rally.

"Whether [Obama] is there or Biden is there or Kerry is there, somebody should have been there," he said.

"These were the world leaders. These were the top people from the top countries. We were represented at a very low level."

Steve Doocy pointed out that this administration sent three or four White House aides to Michael Brown's funeral in Missouri.

"We're in a very strange time in the country. We have no leadership. The leaders are from a different planet, I guess," Trump said, noting this was a wasted opportunity to show the world that we're all in this together.

"It's always excuses with this leader."

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